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Connected medical devices, medical apps, paperless clinical trials, cloud-based patient solutions – the digital transformation is in full swing in the medical and healthcare industry. Competitive pressure is high. Developments have to come fast. Systems must be user-friendly yet secure. We have been rising to these challenges as an ISO 13485- and ISO 27001-certified engineering partner since 1994. Capitalizing on our cross-industry experience, we combine software and systems engineering, device connectivity and cyber security to give shape to the things to come in digital health.

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PRESS RELEASE

ITK Engineering and Hacarus present novel AI technology applied to patient heart’s ECG data

Proof of concept detects and pinpoints anomalies in ECG data in near real-time on edge devices

The German technology company ITK Engineering, headquartered at Rülzheim, Rhineland-Palatine, and the Japanese startup Hacarus have jointly developed a proof of concept for a personalized patient monitoring system, serving to evaluate ECG signals. It not only evaluates anomalies in a single patient heart’s ECG in near real-time, but also provides at-a-glance comparisons with the expected normal ECG curve. Missing interpretability has been one major acceptance hurdle for classic deep learning approaches in medical applications as the decision-making process of AI has been a black box up to now. The novel AI technology is visualized in a form that can be interpreted by doctors and supports them in fast and accurate judgement.

The proof of concept was co-engineered in Japan and Germany, integrated by ITK Engineering based on 25 years of systems engineering experience in medical grade connected systems including wearables, mobile medical apps, algorithms and secure interfaces.

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Meet us at one of the following events and learn more about intriguing topics in our presentations.
28.-29.11.2019 | Health:Code  | Location: Berlin, TITANIC Chaussee

"How to align test strategy and DevOps in largescale healthcare systems", Dr. Dominik Holling, ITK Engineering GmbH

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28.11.2019 | Cognitive:Health | Location: Berlin, TITANIC Chaussee

"Explainable AI applied to ECG data on edge devices – engineering strategies towards AI safety, security and privacy", Daniel Schifferdecker, ITK Engineering GmbH

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